FCAT Tip of the Day

Know which type of question is easiest for you. Begin by answering the easiest questions. If you do this, be sure to mark the questions you skip with a question mark. Leave the ovals on the answer sheet blank for the questions you skip. Go back to those questions later.

Upcoming Activities

Aug. 21 - Open House

Aug. 28 - Fall Pictures

Oct. 7 - Picture Retakes

Mar. 10 - Spring Pictures

Our Mission

The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all Early Childhood Program and PreK-Grade 12 students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens in our great country and in the global economy. 

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Literacy Night


Incoming Sixth Grade Students

On Thursday, February 6, Teague Middle School held Parent Night for the parents of incoming sixth grade students for the 2014-2015 school year.  If you are a parent of an incoming sixth grade student and were not able to attend, or if you would like to review the information, click on the links below for a PowerPoint presentation concerning the school, a chart concerning math progression and frequently asked questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Teague Middle School Presentation

Middle School to High School Course Progression

Student ID Cards

Dear Teague Family,

In the interest of safety and security Teague is providing Student Identification Cards to all students. The expectation is that EVERY student will wear their card at all times.

In addition to the all-important safety issue, the ID’s will expedite cafeteria service. Student’s bar code on the IDs are tied to café accounts to speed up the process and decreasing the wait time in line for everyone. The cards will also be used in the office, discipline, after-school tutorial as well as other programs and services throughout the school.

Once student IDs are distributed replacing IDs will be easy. Lost, stolen, altered, damaged and defaced ID Cards must be replaced IMMEDIATELY with a temporary card until a permanent replacement can be created.

·        Students are encouraged to purchase a replacement card for $5.

·        Replacement lanyards will be available for $1.

·        Students who have not taken their school picture will receive temporary IDs until the new cards are created after picture retake day Tuesday October 22nd.

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Upstanders

 

 The UpStanders is Teague's Anti-Bullying Club. Our focus is to increase awareness about bullying issues and to teach students how to be an UpStander instead of a bystander. The UpStander Club, under the supervision of Mr. Bennett (Sixth Grade Dean) and Ms. Berry (Spanish Teacher) plans homeroom activities for the entire school that address issues of character, empathy, compassion and strategies to eliminate bullying on our campus. 

In addition to homeroom activities, the UpStanders have made an effort to cover the school with positive messages via posters and flyers. We did a series of "I believe" flyers where students made statements of belief for our school like "I believe that all students should feel safe at school" or "I believe that everyone deserves a second chance". There is also a series of posters regarding online social media and cyberbullying.

 The UpStanders have also created videos about bullying and cyberbullying. They were aired multiple times on Teague's announcements for the entire student body as well as at last year’s 7th grade assembly.

UpStanders are identified on a bulletin board for the whole school to see so that students know who they can come to for help with a bullying problem. Students are always encouraged to speak to an adult they trust, but sometimes having a friend go with you is a great help! 

Follow us on Instagram @tmsupstanders and @tmsleadership!

 


Teague's New Cell Phone Policy

All cell phones are to be turned off and put away upon arrival at school.  Absolutely no cell phones are to be seen throughout the school day, unless directed by a teacher.

Student Afternoon Checkout Information

Students will not be checked out of school in the afternoon after 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, or after 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday.  Parents, please keep this in mind when you come to pick up your child and check him or her out before the end of the school day.